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Wednesday, August 10, 2016


“Practice enjoying the present moment, rather than using it up consumed with guilt over the past or worry about the future.” - Dr. Wayne Dyer

Are you in a prison of Doubt? Or Fear? Or Worry? Or Shame? Or Guilt? Or Anger? Or maybe some other Limiting Belief? It may not even have a clear definition, but whatever it is, it’s trapping you!

Have you been trapped so long you can’t imagine what life could be free of those feelings?

The sad thing is, so many times the cage / cell a person lives in is self created.

Imagine that you were trapped in a cage – or cell, barely big enough to stand up, maybe walk three or four paces, and you were isolated from your family and friends – for ten years! And then suddenly you were set free.

What if you had been in the cage since you were very young and didn’t know there was life outside the cage? How would it affect your outlook on life? What would you do differently WHEN (not if – I don’t like that word in most instances) you escaped or were set free?

Would you live your life to the fullest? Or would you spend your time being afraid? Afraid of the unknown freedom you were now experiencing, or the fear you might wind up back in the cage / cell again? What if you were so used to the limited space, you couldn’t bring yourself to even imagine walking more than three or four paces? What if you allowed your mind to remain in the cage / cell, even though your body had been freed?

Are you trapped in a cage or cell – MENTALLY and want to discover the key to unlock the mental block and finally find your freedom? Are you ready to unlock the door and step into the freedom and joy you want and deserve?

“The only limits to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.” -- Franklin D. Roosevelt
Now, let me tell you about my friend Luca who was trapped in a cage for ten years. Luca is a beautiful little white fluffy dog who now lives with one of my neighbors.

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